Documentation & Recordkeeping:
From the Plant Floor to the File Drawer...and Beyond
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm (EST)
The beginning and the end of the compliance definition...
Back by popular demand, we have updated our guide to all things records with the latest in records access! Every food manufacturer - from the very big to the very small - generates many records during the course of a production day. That documentation provides a history of how each product was produced and, when completed properly, can save the manufacturer from possible regulatory scrutiny. Learn to avoid recalls, market withdrawals, costly re-inspection fees and other potential pitfalls of incomplete, inaccurate or missing records in this timely webinar.
Tell Me More...
Clearly defined expectations and procedures for the creation, storage, and destruction of records and documentation is critical to complying with the final Preventive Controls rule of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). There are new categories of records required based on the regulation and the structure of the new Food Safety Plan approach. A prime example would be the expansion of critical control points to the preventive control approach where firms will take into consideration not only processing controls but also sanitation and in some cases allergen controls. You want to know the significant changes in records requirements from the standpoint of comparing the old HACCP approach to the new FSMA approach.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will have the knowledge and tools to:
- Determine what records your company must create and retain as part of the Preventive Controls rule
- Describe the scope of FDA's records access under FSMA
- Apply practical tips and industry practices to your recordkeeping procedures
Who Should AttendFood safety and quality professionals at facility and/or corporate locations who are either responsible for or involved in the development of the Food Safety Plan(s).
Coordinator, Science Policy